A new album by Goreky, who has been releasing lots of stuff on fellow netlabel Noise-Joy. This short EP featured glitchy beats, lots of sampling and whenever it gets too danceable eerything gets destroyed and another beat is continued. A very good addition to the Dadaist Audio catalogue. Topics: Goreky, glitch, beat, noise, breakcore, hardcore, DADA044
A 2-track short EP by breakcore-materializer Distonn. Listening to this release is like falling down a very long set of stairs very quickly, thus hearing all the bones in your body break in a rhythmic fashion, only less painful. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Distonn, breakcore, gabber, breaks, electronic, DADA159
DJ Fristy, a promising new producer for basskickgabberland as he unreleases his first EP onto the unsuspecting masses who are now not so unsuspecting anymore because this message just told them. Topics: DJ Fristy, hardcore, speedcore, breakcore, gabber, DADA136
Who says you need booze or a good punch to the head to be knocked out if you can just hit the play button once and be blown away by N-FX's mad breakcore assault? This is noise to go deaf to. Awesome. Warning: this album may cause you to hit yourself in the head with various objects while in a subconcious state. Topics: N-FX, breakcore, hardcore, industrial, speedcore, noise, tekno, DADA082
An awesome EP by USA Kings and I'm very happy to have it here on Dadaist Audio. This fun 12 minute ride is like the explosion of a clusterbomb made out of noisy outbursts which scatters beats and a lot of awesome samples all around, making a mess you sure as hell won't clean up! Topics: USA Kings, noise, breakcore, breakbeat, electro, experimental, DADA156
A lovely short EP by Chibibo. Expect a good shot of dark-sounding chiptune with a little bit of noise thrown in for good measures. This is seriously not the cute chiptune we are all used to. Topics: Chibibo, chiptune, 8 bit, breakcore, electro, noise, dark, DADA089
I got a mail some days ago from Dead#339 asking me if I wanted to release this EP, ofcourse I said and I got to work sorting everything out and putting this online. From what I know this EP has been released on almost every netlabel out there, so this is not an exclusive to Dadaist Audio, but it's nice nonetheless. Expect a somewhat noisy industrial / hardcore release. [Update: The fourth track, 'Deceased Frank' is now an exclusive track to Dadaist Audio. This EP is released on various... Topics: Dead#339, hardcore, breakcore, industria, noise, dark, cornflakes, DADA056
This is an awesome album by upcoming dutch breakcore artist Entheogen! I'm very happy to have it here on Dadaist Audio and I hope this will help the artist to get some more exposure because this music deserves to be heard! Topics: Entheogen, breakcore, drum n bass, breaks, dutch, bapao, DADA054
Today, dear friends of Dadaist Audio, we bring you something special. A 2 hours and 55 minute album by Porcud and The Noize Architect which is the same person though the music of both projects is made with a different spirit. This major album can be seen as this artist's anthology and it shows how he developed over the years as a producer. Be on the lookout for this artist because he will take over electronic music world sooner or later. PS: also contains a track on the Porcud side made in... Topics: Porcud, The Noize Architect, tekno, terror, speedcore, hardcore, breakcore, extratone,...
Dadaist Audio is very pleased to have this very nice musical work by Airbag Killex on the ever-growing label catalogue. Expect breakcore with a thick IDM coating with lovely colourful industrial sprinkles. You've already taken the effort to come to this page so you might as well just download this 'time-convenient album' (which is just a fancy name for 'EP'). Topics: Airbag Killex, idm, breakcore, electro, industrial, atmospheric, DADA157
This EP is great! I'm very happy to have Xentrick here on Dadaist Audio! His breakcoreness surpasses that of most and so does his tremendous talent. This release features 3 very nice and harsh (but not noisy) tracks full of fast breaks and weird sounds, the fourth track, Die Erste Absurdium doesn't feature any fast breaks but has nice melodies and is also the soundtrack to an amateur movie with the name 'Nosferatu - Die Erste Absurdium'. Everyone should listen to this and agree with me that... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Xentrick, breakcore, electronic, hardcore, breaks, harsh, creepy, weird, ham, DADA035
Sieghai returns with another EP to Dadaist Audio in which they present more of their new dancey-style tunes. I must say I am surprised, having only heard experimental noise from this group, it's awesome to see that they are also trying out other genres. Topics: Sieghai, dance, electro, techno, tekno, drum n bass, breakcore, DADA084
I'm very proud to welcome Awt's 'Calm Down Awt' on Dadaist Audio. This album was made back in 2003 but has never got a proper (net)release and was until now only available for download at Awt´s last.fm account. The music is a mixture between awesome Drill ´N´ Bass, nice melodies and even some gabber beats. I can say that this is one of the best releases on Dadaist Audio to date. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Awt, drill n bass, IDM, electronic, ambient, gabber, breakcore, DADA016
Placenta Recordings and Dadaist Audio present to you the third installment in the Placenta Compilation series! 4 discs of earshattering, brutally awesome music; the best of the best of the best of the best from the newly emerging MySpace experimental scene! 1 disc will be added each passing day until 4 days are over. We do this because we have calculated that these 4 discs at once will cause heart failures and possible some rare diseased and we wouldn't want that, right? [Update 30-10-2008:... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Placenta Recordings, Dadaist Audio, Compilation, Vol. 3, experimental, noise, electronic,...
It took me a long while for this to appear online properly, mainly because of me uploading it, forgetting about it and then having to reupload it again because archive.org had decided to delete the files because of inactivity. So anyways, I think this release can be put in the list of best Dadaist Audio releases to date. This is music will make you think 'why the hell isn't this released on CD on some random bigger IDM label?'. I'm very happy to have this on the label, and I reckon you will... Topics: Shaving Ronald's Car, IDM, jazz, breakcore, noise, rhytmic noise, ambient, awesome, DADA132